October 26-30, 2019, at the Westin Harbour Castle, Toronto
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A big thank you to all delegates, speakers, sponsors, and volunteers that helped make this event a success! Please check your email in the coming days for a short survey. We invite your feedback to tell us about your experience and help us improve for next year’s conference.
The Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC) welcomes you to the 2019 Festival of Architecture in Toronto, the fourth-largest city in North America, and possibly the world’s most global city, where some 130 languages and dialects are spoken.
The theme is “The Future of Architecture.” Join leaders and emerging talents in architecture and design, students, faculty and allied professionals for five days of workshops, tours, two galas, and many other events.
Join us for the RAIC International Prize Gala on October 25, and for the President’s Gala on October 28, where we honour exceptional achievements and dedication to architecture. Also on offer are 22 continuing education workshops and 16 expert-led tours. Come along and explore Toronto’s rich past, vibrant neighbourhoods and leading-edge architecture.
Celebrate the journey of architecture, the cultural legacy of the past, the outstanding achievements of Canada’s design professionals today, and the opportunities of tomorrow.
Best pricing when you register early:
Pricing window 1: to April 30
Pricing window 2: May 1-June 30
Pricing window 3: July 1-September 30
Pricing window 4: October 1-30
From sustainable design to future mobility, our sessions, plenaries, and tours will open your eyes to new possibilities.
All sessions, plenaries, and tours are eligible for RAIC continuing education certificates. RAIC certificates are provided for the participants’ own personal use including proof of attendance as structured learning (where applicable), professional portfolio, activity tracking, curriculum vitae, etc.
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